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Whole Language

I keep coming back to the August issue of Teacher Magazine ["Special Report: Whole Language'']. The fact that Kenneth Goodman is one of the chief proponents of whole language is enough to make me question its validity as a teaching method. Looking to Goodman for leadership in the area of reading instruction is rather like consulting Saddam Hussein in the matter of rebuilding Kuwait.

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